Which music management software?

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  1. superdon

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    I am fed up with itunes messing around with my files.

    What do people recommend as a better alternative? Ideally, something that will sort the mess out left behind by itunes. It needs to be able to run the files on a NAS.

    I dont mind using another package to rip CDs.
     
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    Logitech Media Server runs on a lot of NAS devices, you need to check their app stores.
     
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    Thanks.

    I am thinking more of the organisation, management and ripping of the files on the PC rather than serving them? Something that will sort out the album art etc. and go through my existing library, tidy it up and store it on the NAS. Something like MediaMonkey perhaps?
     
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    The power tools are. EAC, mp3tag an foobar2000.
     
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    It might do, depends on how badly itunes has messed with the database so that MediaMonkey can work out where to put everything back into the correct order.
     

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